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Progreso’s Teachers Honored by Fairfax County

The volunteer teachers at Progreso Literacy and Citizenship Center received a Stronger Together nomination at the 30th Annual Fairfax County Volunteer Service Awards.

Progreso has at least 10 teachers who volunteer their time to help refugees and immigrants in our community. They lead semester-long English and Citizenship courses. Many of them have served the community at Progreso  for more than 10 years. In fact, one volunteer has been with Progreso since 2003. 

The work of volunteers at Progreso and all of our programs makes a huge difference in helping us serve the community, and it is a reminder that acts of service add up to make a huge impact for those who truly need it.

For more information about Progreso and volunteer opportunities, contact Cristina Schoendorf at



Interested in English as a Second Language classes? Click the link below to learn more.

If you are interested in our services for the first time, please click the link below.

*Site translation is completed through Google translate and may not be completely accurate.

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